May 10, 2019
Facebook, Instagram, Bloomberg, Pinterest, Skype, Tesla, Uber are apps built in React Native.
PayPal, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Mozilla, Netflix, Uber, NASA, GoDaddy, eBay are using Node.js software for their products.
As we’ve already mentioned, tech stack means what elements to combine to develop your product—languages, frameworks, libraries, patterns, servers, UI/UX solutions. Full-stack development is about building both backend and frontend portions of an application or a web-based platform.
- Popularity and Rapid Growth
JS is ubiquitous language as it is built into every web browser.
- Quicker Development Cycle
Building and executing code on a server-side with Node.js allow ensuring quicker development cycles.
- Cross-Platform and Immutability
- Cross-Platform Mobile Apps
There are specific frameworks which allow writing apps for iOS and Android mobile platforms as well as achieving the desired results by using the same code base.
- Asynchronous Operations
- A Large Number of Frameworks
As for frontend, there is a large number of frameworks with their own communities. This frontend stuff is flexible, so you can create mobile, desktop, or web-based applications without much intervention in the source code. If you need to develop not one, but several applications, then you benefit from it — you can shorten development time and avoid overspending.
- Server-Side Rendering (SSR)
Because the same language is used on backend and frontend, you can use server-side rendering (SSR). Most frontend frameworks do frontend rendering. This means that search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing do not see the page’s contents, therefore, indexing is impossible. But when using SSR, rendering on backend is possible, respectively, this removes the problem.
- Backend with MongoDB, Express.js, and Node.js Is About Flexibility and Simplicity
There is JS, and there is Node.js. A huge number of ready-made solutions are a great source to implement necessary functionality and standard solutions. Plus, due to the development flexibility and simplicity, you can apply unique features to your project.
- Vast User Community, Library Ecosystem
- Easy to Find Contractors
Mobile Apps Development
The most powerful frameworks for mobile apps creation are React Native and Flutter. They both have a unified code base which helps achieving accelerated development.
Also in React Native, there are convenient ways to use native code, which also allows using developments of the native development community on iOS and Android. You can add React Native code to an existing native product and continue development. For example, this happened with Instagram. At first. it was a native application. Facebook then bought Instagram and finished some parts on React Native.
If you are developing a website and a mobile application, then some functionality can be transferred from one platform to another, which also saves time and money.
Flutter, in general, has the same functionality as React Native dev tools. The difference is that Flutter application is written in Dart language. This framework also has a fast growth of community as well as it is supported by Google. But currently, it is not ready for complex products production.
As you can see, with JS you get loads of compelling advantages to create such a wide variety of products. This language remains the most accessible worldwide. It’s hard for us to think of its cons since there are nearly no competitive tools to the stuff JS can do.
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